Sound Esthautomatism

Clément Beraud

Warning: This video may potentially trigger seizures for people with photosensitive epilepsy. Viewer discretion is advised. The film is the implosion by the rhythm or the ciné-prose of the 21st century. Venom for eternity. “Esthautomatism” is a word taken from the lettrist movement that wanted to change the way of looking at cinema, to destroy it, to break it.  Esthautomatism is a combination of the words ‘aesthetic’ and ‘automatism’. This film is an experimental essay on the perception of our senses in front of Cinema that is sometimes attached way too much to too many rules.

Production Year
2017
Duration
00:05:57
Type
Genre
Tags
Original Title
Esthautomatisme sonore
English Title

Sound Esthautomatism

Production Countries
Finland
Dialogue
No
Sound
Yes
Cast
Clément Beraud (Author), Clément Beraud (Cinematographer), Clément Beraud (Director), Clément Beraud (Editor), Clément Beraud (Script), Clément Beraud (Sound Design)
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Clément Beraud (b.1988 in Paris) is an Helsinki based artist, curator and cinema programmer. He holds a B.A in Photography and studied sociology at university of Tours (France). Working with photography and moving images installation in his personal projects. He exhibited his works at international film festivals and galleries. He also collaborates with cinema programmation all over the world.